Vitamin A Chewable Tablet should be taken in the dose and duration as directed by your doctor. You should take it regularly and at a fixed time each day to get the most benefit from it. This medicine may be only part of a complete program of treatment that also includes making changes to your diet and taking other medicines and supplements. Learn about the foods you should eat to make sure you get enough vitamin A in your diet.
Vitamin A Chewable Tablet is generally safe and does not usually cause any side effects if taken in the right dose and duration. Some other medicines can decrease the absorption of vitamin A, so let your doctor know all other medicines you are taking to make sure you are safe. This medicine may help during pregnancy when your body needs more vitamin A but too much could harm your baby. It is important to ask for advice from your doctor before taking any other vitamin supplements.
USES OF VITAMIN A CHEWABLE TABLET
- Treatment of Vitamin A deficiency
BENEFITS OF VITAMIN A CHEWABLE TABLET
In Treatment of Vitamin A deficiency
SIDE EFFECTS OF VITAMIN A CHEWABLE TABLET
Common side effects of Vitamin A
- No common side effects seen
HOW TO USE VITAMIN A CHEWABLE TABLET
HOW VITAMIN A CHEWABLE TABLET WORKS
- Vitamin A Chewable Tablet is given for the treatment of vitamin A deficiency.
- Eating fatty foods along with Vitamin A Chewable Tablet can help your body absorb vitamin A.
- Include vitamin A-rich food in your diet like spinach, carrots, sweet potatoes, mango, papaya, liver, milk, eggs, and fish-liver oils.
- Never use more than the recommended dose of vitamin A. An overdose of vitamin A can cause serious or life-threatening side effects.
- Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your risk of liver damage while taking vitamin A.
- Do not take mineral oil while taking vitamin A.
- Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.